University of Glasgow
How would you rate your university towns night life?
8.3 / 10
(based on ratings in 2016)
"You can shop, eat, explore and go to museums. There are lots of pubs where you can see live music as well as a large concert hall. There is also a number of museums including Kelvingrove and the national transport museum. You can go on walks along the canals and rivers as well as go to the many parks."
"Living in Glasgow is great because there's always so much to do. There are a lot of restaurants and bars and there's a good selection of retail stores for shopping. The tourist bus around Glasgow is also a good day out."
"There's a variety of bars, clubs and concert venues catering to everyone's needs, financial situation and music tastes. This is also alongside a great number of LGBT bars, late-night cinema events, drag and cabaret."
"In Glasgow, there are tonnes of amazing bars and clubs to choose from with lots of gigs on nightly. You can find really cheap prices as well, especially for students."
"There are plenty of cafes and restaurants as well as lots of bars and clubs. We also have Kelvingrove Park in the west end and tennis courts."
"Lots of clubs in the city centre, lots of places to eat and an awesomely huge cinema."
"It's Glasgow! Scotland's best city for a reason. If there's something you want to do, you can probably find the place for it here."
"The city has many clubs with some being very big and others smaller. There are also lots of bars and world famous music venues."
"There is so much. We have many music events at legendary clubs and venues like The Barrows and Sub Club as well as all the art exhibitions and general green spaces (a surprising amount for a city). There is something in Glasgow for everyone and this is one of the friendliest, most diverse cities I've ever been to."
"There is an excellent selection of bars and clubs that cater to everyone's taste in music. There are also plenty of live music venues and there are a few comedy clubs as well so there is always something different to do."